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    Oct162010

    Impact of Pole Shift and Equator Relocation: FEMA and United Nations Coalition Policy Development

    In line with the events surrounding 2012 and the probability of a shift of our magnetic poles at that time, I have conjectured the probable location of the future equator and its implications.

    Let’s begin with the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly, (SAMA) which is a scientifically researched phenomenon occurring off the coast of Brazil. The seriousness of this phenomenon is chronicled in publications such as the Advances in Space Research, Volume 36, Issue 10, 2005, Pages 2021-2024, Solar Wind-Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Dynamics and Radiation Models, which basically details the processes taking place at the center of this phenomenon. 

    In sum, “We present here few events observed at São Martinho da Serra showing clear enhancement of the amplitudes of pulsation and discuss the processes for electron precipitation in the atmosphere above SAMA.” IN other words, more rain and thunder than ever is occurring here right now.

    This is an important focal point on the earth because it appears to be a zone where the Earth’s geodynamo, or magnetic field, is weakening or not present at all. Earth's geodynamo creates a magnetic field that shields most of the habited parts of our planet from charged particles that come mostly from the sun. The field deflects the speeding particles toward Earth's Poles. This also alludes to the behavior of our magnetic poles, where the Van Allen belts spring from and toward, so that at the poles we are the least protected from cosmic radiation and hence the aurora borealis can be experienced.

    What I have done is taken a model of the Earth, located the SAMA over the Atlantic Ocean, and assigned an axis to this zone that is my hypothetical location for the new magnetic poles (exhibit 01). Ultimately, this would imply that the Earth’s rotational axis would also shift to align with this new magnetic axis. 


    I then created a plane that symmetrically hinges at this new magnetic axis (exhibit 02). This plane implies the hypothetical location of the future oceanic ridges. In other words, as we now have continental spreading occurring below the ocean’s surface in locations like the Mid Atlantic Ridge, we are about to embark on a new cycle of continental drift and all the earthquakes, storms, and catastrophes that this natural phenomenon represents. 

    In my hypothetical model, I cannot predict the exact location of the spreading zones(exhibit 03). What I can closely approximate is the location of the future equator(exhibits 04, 05, 06, 07, 08). This is the most astounding hypothetical conjecture, because as you will recognize from my slides, many of our current climate conditions upon the earth will radically change in areas like the Middle East, including the current ice sheets of Antarctica and Greenland’s Glaciers (exhibits 09,10).

     

    In conclusion, by charting a hypothetical model of the location of a future equator upon the Earth, we can recognize the catastrophic significance of this change and prioritize our scientific, technical, intellectual and civic capital toward expanding the scope of national programs like the Federal Emergency Management Agency, (FEMA), to coordinate with organizations like the United Nations on the timely and adequate response to the disasters that will definitely occur in the United States and elsewhere, and that will certainly overwhelm the resources of local and state authorities.

     

    Originally written by Fernando Arias at FutureTransport US

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